Welcome to the Ear Ringing
My name is Riley Dietz and like you I suffered with Ringing In My Ears for several years. As the ringing got louder and more distracting I began to look for possible Ear Ringing Cures. And so I'd like to share my knowledge with you, free of charge.
Feel free to browse the links on this site for more information about Tinnitus (ringing in your ears) and signup for my 10 part Mini-Course on cures for the ringing in your ears and discover the causes of and cures for Tinnitus. I will email you one lesson per day for 10 days starting today.
In this FREE Mini-Course you will learn:
- If the ringing in your ears can be STOPPED
- That Tinnitus (ringing ears) can be a symptom of a serious health problem and what to look for!
- The suprising sources of the sounds in your ears and how this helps find a cure!
- That Tinnitus can show up as sounds other than ringing (would you believe human voices?)
- Which type of tinitus can actively be heard by others!
- How ear wax can impact the ringing and how NOT to remove it!
- At what age you begin to have a higher risk of having Tinnitus!
- The truth about caffine and Tinnitus!
- If perscription drugs cure or cause tinitus. Which drugs may put you more at risk!
- How your diet and blood pressure play a role and what treatment is recommended!
- Which activity is important to the body's cleansing and how it can relieve Tinnitus!
- How stress and anxiety can be connected to Tinnitus!
- Simple herbal remedies!
- How massaging certain parts of your body may bring relief!
- Many possible causes of Tinnitus!
- And much, much, more!
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Tinnitus - “ringing in the ears” - is pretty common.
In fact, there are 36 million Americans who have it. Does that surprise you? For some this malady comes and goes; but there are those who suffer with constant inner ear ringing or noise. The sound may be a whine or even a high-pitch squeal; and some people suffer so much that it negatively affects their life every single day. At some point in their lives everyone experiences tinnitus. Maybe you or someone you know has tinnitus now.
What causes tinnitus?
There’s an old saying that “if your ears are tingling someone is talking about you”. Well . . . who can say? But that’s not what causes tinnitus. Here are a few known culprits. A small plug of wax in the ear canal may cause temporary tinnitus. Of course, for many people tinnitus is anything but temporary. When you were younger, did you ever have your headphones volume so loud that other people could here it? Your parents may have warned you that you would ruin your ears. Turns out they knew what they were talking about! Exposure to loud noises can cause tinnitus. The loud noises can damage the microscopic endings of the hearing nerve in the inner ear resulting in ear ringing and in some cases hearing loss. Tinnitus can also be caused by aging or may be the result of a head or neck injury. Other causes include blood circulation problems from high or low blood pressure, an allergy, a tumor, diabetes, or a thyroid problem. Tinnitus can also be an unwelcome side effect of certain medications like anti-inflammatories, antibiotics, sedatives, antidepressants, or aspirin. If you have a ringing in your ear from taking aspirin or any other medication it is very important to notify your doctor. Your doctor may adjust your dosage to your body size.
How is tinnitus treated?
Tinnitus treatment both varies by and is dependent on the specific underlying cause. Hopefully, your otolaryngologist will be able to identify the specific cause in your case. Unfortunately, even with x-rays, balance tests, and laboratory work the underlying cause often remains a mystery. But, that doesn’t mean there is no relief. There are things that can lessen the severity of the problem. First of all, the tinnitus sufferer should avoid exposure to loud sounds or noises as this can just “set it off” all the more. Have your evaluated and be diligent to keep in under control. Regular exercise and limited salt intake can improve poor blood circulation. In addition to more limited salt intake, stay clear of other stimulants like cola, coffee, tea and tobacco.
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